An Iranian woman’s romance with a US ex-Marine in NYC is the subject of this powerful and suspenseful political drama that is strongly performed.
The complications of an affluent NYC gay male couple’s child surrogacy plans are explored in this bold and surprising contemporary comedic drama.
A young gay male and his female best friend arrive in NYC from Puerto Rico to make it as actors in this passionate and edgy update on the old tale.
A satiric historical deconstruction of The Steel Butterfly presented as a slide show lecture with droll authentic commentary, by a Filipino tour guide.
“What Kind of Fool Am I?” is of course included in Jon Peterson’s superbly performed biographical cabaret show about the popular British musical star.
From its complex comical opening scene to its wistful conclusion, this 1976-set play is a joyous, insightful and involving work that is perfectly rendered.
Wearing Bob Mackie and opening with “Alive” from “Applause,” Pia Zadora’s cabaret act is campy, knowing and a marvelous showcase.
“The Clowns Have All Gone Home” is a bombastic Sinatraesque/Liza Minnelli-type number Dusty, the tuxedo-clad clown-emcee, performs during Clown Bar’s entertaining 40 minute pre-show.
Fresh talented cast engagingly performing broadly energizes this uneven rambunctious musical spoof of small-town under-siege zombie films.
Through standards and original songs, patter and dance, this pleasant revue traces the life and career of one of the greatest musical theatre stars.